In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 27th, October, 2020

“Judicial Panels Should Examine All Incidence Together with Lekki Taking pictures”

"Judicial Panels Must Investigate All Incidence Including Lekki Shooting"

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson

UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson


The UK via the British Excessive Fee in Nigeria has mandated the federal government of Nigeria to analyze the taking pictures of unarmed protesters at Lekki toll gate.


UK additionally urged safety brokers to train restraint as they restore legislation and order within the nation.


For a few week now, hoodlums, who hijacked the # EndSARS protests towards police brutality, have wreaked havoc and destroyed lives and helpful property within the nation.


In a tweet on Monday, the British Fee once more condemned final Tuesday assault on the Lekki Toll Gate in Lagos State the place eyewitnesses stated troopers opened hearth on protesters round 7 pm.


It, due to this fact, requested all Judicial Panels of Inquiry to work with related stakeholders to effectively probe the Lekki shootings and wanton looting throughout Nigeria within the final one week .


@UKinNigeria tweeted “We stay involved by acts of looting and violence in Nigeria and urge safety companies to make use of restraint as order is restored .

“ Working with all stakeholders , judicial panels of inquiry should examine all incidents , together with Lekki and guarantee accountability for crimes. # EndPoliceBrutality”


Unidentified uniformed males had opened hearth on unarmed demonstrators towards police brutality on the Lekki tollgate on Tuesday.


The incident attracted world outrage with native and worldwide civil rights organisations and personalities condemning the assault.


The Lagos State Authorities subsequently arrange a Judicial Panel of Inquiry and Restitution to look into the incident and grievances of victims, whereas calling on the general public to return ahead with memoranda for dialogue.

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In accordance with the state authorities, the panel would begin sitting on Tuesday ( tomorrow ) from 10 am to four pm on the Lagos State Courtroom of Arbitration within the Lekki Part 1 space of the state.


Different Panels of Inquiry had additionally been arrange each on the Federal and State Authorities ranges to analyze different circumstances of rights violation within the nation

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